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Brady K. Krueger

July 28, 2017

Brady K. Krueger 65, died Friday, July 28, 2017 at his Newton residence. He was born May 15, 1952 in Newton, Kansas to Dean and Alvena (Bauer) Krueger. On February 26, 1984 he married Sheryl Hodges in Newton and she survives of the home.

 

He was a 1970 graduate of Newton High School and earned a business degree at Wichita State University. Brady also held his Charter Property Casualty Underwriter credentials.

 

He was the owner agent with Sheryl for Krueger Insurance Management, StorageMaxx and Hertz Rental Cars all of Newton. He selflessly devoted his time and talent alongside his wife building the business and serving the people of Newton, Harvey County and Kansas.  He was a member of several service organizations in Newton including Kiwanis, Newton Chamber of Commerce, Newton Citizens Police Academy, Leadership Newton and the former Newton Jaycees.

 

Brady could be found most evenings cooking dinner on his outdoor grill.  He enjoyed sports, especially baseball, (Go Royals) swimming and bowling.  He also liked to ride his bike around town.  Brady had a love of photography and enjoyed taking photos of nature and landscapes and especially sunrises and sunsets.

 

When you went to Brady and Sheryl’s home you would often hear his love of music.  The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac or Alabama playing throughout the house. He also had a love of Disney and enjoyed many trips to the magic kingdom.  In fact his favorite dog was named “Mickey”. Their home was their retreat where they relaxed and enjoyed yard work and landscaping and would be found at 6:30 watching Wheel of Fortune.

 

In his younger years Brady was a boy scout and served as a den leader for his son’s boyscout troop.  Family was important to Brady and he took pride in being a good dad and loving husband and friend to many. He was a confident mentor and freely shared his time, talent and treasure with many.  He made all those around him feel special and loved. He will be greatly missed by his loving family, co-workers and many friends.

 

Brady leaves as his legacy, his devotion and love for his family. He is survived by his wife Sheryl of Newton, Kansas and son Maxx and his wife Lauren of Liberty, Missouri.

 

Brady is preceded in death by his parents and brother Dale.

 

Funeral service will be 10:30 a.m., Friday August 4, 2017 at Trinity Heights United Methodist Church in Newton, Kansas with The Reverend Donna Voteau presiding.  Visitation will be 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday August 3, 2017 at Petersen Funeral Home.  The family will receive friends from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the funeral Home.  Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery Newton, Kansas

 

Memorials are suggested to Caring Hands Humane Society or Good Shepherd Hospice in care of Petersen Funeral Home.

 

 

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50 thoughts on “Brady K. Krueger

  1. My heart and prayers go out to Sheryl, family and friends. Brady always made me feel valued in our business meetings and he was a friend! He will be missed!

  2. So sorry for your loss, Brady will be missed. I enjoyed him all the mornings he rode to the wellness center, lifted weights and rode home to start his day, rest in peace my friend.

  3. This is so sad I loved Brady and I love Sheryl Brady gave so much to everyone He will be missed

  4. I came to Kansas in 1989. Brady and Sheryl were the first people I met here. They have both been friends and insurance agents to me since. Brady, I will miss you and Sheryl my prayers are with you.

  5. Brady you always had a big smile on your face where ever you were at. Our prayers for Cheryl and family you will be missed.

  6. Thoughts and prayers for the family as they prepare for Brady’s final resting place. May you feel the peace and love of our holy father.

  7. Many years of great friendship. Your legacy will live on forever my friend. We will truly miss your smile and thank you for being a wonderful friend. Prayers to Sheryl and Max. Love You!

  8. So sorry for your loss Sheryl and Maxx and family. We had alot of great memories and the memories are what helps you and Maxx get through this difficult time. Shine bright in heaven Brady you will be missed by many.

  9. So sorry to hear the news of Brady’s passing. Knew Brady a long time, always enjoyed our talks ( music-sports- our kid’s) when I stopped by his office. Will be missed.

  10. Praying for you Sheryl and Max. He was truly a very nice man and will be missed by many.

  11. Sorry for your loss. Prayers to you Sheryl and family. You and Brady always treated us with respect and kindness..

  12. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I have many fond Jr High and High School memories of Kim “Brady”.

  13. im so sorry you had to suffer
    So long . We miss you and pray
    You are with your heavenly
    Family. May you Rest In Peace.
    Edwena and family
    We love you

  14. Prayers are with you Sheryl, Maxx and Lauren. We will cherish the memories shared with you.
    Love always, forever.Anna Mary and Bil

  15. Kim “Brady” gave many fond memories from my days in Newton. He will be missed. Prayers for healing, strength and love for famiky.

  16. Our lives are richer because of our friendship with Brady, Sheryl, Maxx and Lauren. Brady’s life was distinguished by his service for and love of his family, friends, clients and community.
    Prayers for comfort for the Krueger family. Until we meet again, our friend.

  17. Brady was a gentleman in the truest sense of the word….a gentle man with so much love in his heart a that big smile on his face. He loved his wife and son so much. I will miss all the good times we had together. Prayers for Sheryl and Maxx. Rest In Peace my friend

  18. A good friend and a great guy, you will be missed. Sheryl and Max you are in our thoughts and prayers.

  19. Thoughts, prayers, love and deepest sympathy to Sheryl and Maxx.
    I’ve know Brady and Sheryl for many years.. my son was buddies with Maxx. He spent many days at their house playing…and enjoyed boys scouts together. Brady was the Master of the Pinewood Derby.
    He and I also shared the same birthday. For years he would go around town bringing a piece of birthday cake to all that shared his birthday.
    He will be missed…he was a wonderful man!
    Rest in peace Brady.

  20. Oh Brady you will be missed. You ALWAYS had a kind word to share. We talked music many times. Peace to your family and loved ones. Sheryl you have been on my mind so often. Many prayers of peace for you have been lifted up.

  21. Prayers go out to you Sheryl and the family. Kim goes back to high school. I didn’t get to see him much but did have a good conversation at a church bazaar last Christmas time. He will be missed.

  22. Prayers to Sheryl & Maxx. Such great childhood memories for Brady & the Kruegers. May God bless you all!

  23. Did not know Brady “Kim” well, but he had a great smile and sense of humor in NHS classes we had together. Took typing with him as a Sr. It was our favorite. Our prayers go out to his family. Will miss him at class of ’70 reunions.

  24. We were in the same Citizens Police Academy Class. He was a fun person. You and your family are in my prayers.

  25. I’m so sorry, Sheryl and Maxx! My deepest sympathies to you and prayers for you to heal.

  26. Keeping you in thought & prayers! With sincere sympathy and hugs! Debbie Lattimer

  27. Lost two friends this month. One that I’d known since childhood and one I’d known for twenty years or so. They were both awesome in their own right. My heart goes out to their best friend and mate. Their wife. Brady you left this world way to soon. You will be missed by many. Besides your beautiful wife, you have a wonderful son Max and daughter in law Lauren. My thoughts and prayers go out to your wonderful family and many friends. We will always love and miss you. Signing off.

  28. So sorry for your loss. It was a joy working with Brady over the last 20 years or more. I will certainly miss our long conversations on many subjects. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

  29. From Jr. High to this point in time, a friend who made my life richer, just for knowing him. Will look for your smile on the next horizon….

  30. Wow…just like that and he is gone. He was a good man, agent, community leader. Sorry for your loss…Sheryl, Max, and Lauren. Godspeed Brady, Godspeed.

  31. So surprised to hear of Brady’s passing today. Prayers for Sheryl, Maxx and Lauren for God’s blessing of grace and mercy and peace during this time. I celebrate the life that Brady lived and the fullness with which he lived it.
    Brady lived for his service to others and his love for music and enjoying life.
    God Bless you.

  32. So sorry for your loss. Worked with Brady for a long time in the Commercial Lines insurance.
    My God help you through your darkest hours.

  33. Having worked with Brady for 30 years I have lost a trusted Boss and friend, he will be so missed by so many friends, family and trusted insureds and co-workers, no words to express this loss.

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